5 Getaway Spots In Goa

The day of love is coming closer and what better destination to celebrate it at than Goa! Being in the best place, you also need to find a romantic stay for you and bae. So here are 5 getaways in Goa that would be perfect for you –

1. Highland Heritage – North Goa

Nestled inside the tropical forest area, the Highland Heritage spells out luxury and comfort for your holidays. Built almost 100 years ago as a Portuguese Renaissance bungalow, it is located near the peaceful village of Salvador do Mundo in North Goa. Promising quiet, tranquility and a relaxed stay, the Heritage Villa is now used for tourists and guests to give them a comfortable stay. It is equipped with high ceilings, natural lightings, comfortable couches, spacious rooms and corridors, private pool, and an old- school charm that beats any holiday villa in Goa.

Address: Heritage Goa, Salvador Do Mundo, Porvorim, North Goa.
Approx cost: ₹23,600 for 8 guests to rent the entire villa. Per room basis is also available starting at ₹5,900
You can book here

2. Villa Rainforest – Siolim

With a private pool, resident staff and an outdoor dining area, get the much needed relaxation at the Villa Rainforest in Siolim, Goa. Villa Rainforest is a luxurious 3 bedroom villa in Siolim, Goa that is equipped with amenities that you can only dream about. The villa has a private pool, garden area and a comfortable lounging area which transports you into another world. As you enter the villa, the ground floor has a manicured lawn, outdoor dining area, and a private pool. As you enter the villa space, you will be greeted with large and comfortable blue couches for lounging along with glass windows to let you enjoy the outside ambiance.

(Image Credit – Best Hotels Goa)

Address: Villa Rainforest Siolim, North Goa
Approx cost: Rent the villa for ₹23,010 per night for 6 occupants, that makes it nearly ₹4000 per person per night.
You can book here

3. Figueiredo House – South Goa

In an era where Shakespeare was writing plays and Emperor Akbar ruled over India, the Figueiredo House was built. The Portuguese were its first occupants back in 1590, when the Taj Mahal didn’t even exist. This ethnic old home in South Goa has opened its doors for every traveler and it would be a privilege to spend a few days in a grand house that dates back centuries.

Address: Figueiredo House and Museum, Loutolim, Salcete, Goa 403718. 
Phone: 0832 277 7028
Approx cost: ₹ 4,000 per night for double and breakfast included.
Book here

4. La Ri Sa Resort – Morjim 

A perfect blend of style and luxury, the La Ri Sa Beach Resort will give you an experience of a lifetime. LaRiSa is an amalgamation of 3 words from the language of Lahul. ‘La’ means which is above‘Ri’ signifies the mountains and ‘Sa’ represents the Earth. As the name suggests, a stay in the Larisa Resort will transport you into nature’s lap in no time. The beauty and scenic surroundings of the beach resort will make you feel like you’re in another world.

How to get there: Located at Morjim Beach, Goa, the La Ri Sa beach resort is around 59 km from Goa International Airport. You can always hire a cab service or the resort provides travel services to its members if bookings have already been done.
Address: Morjim Beach Road, Morjim, Goa 403512
Phone: 099300 96967
Approx cost: Starting from ₹ 7,000 + tax up to ₹ 12,000 + tax for the Deluxe and Boutique rooms.
Book herewww.larisaresort.com

5. Summertime, Calangute 

It is built on a height which lets you enjoy the gorgeous view of the valley. Summertime is a place to relax because you can request for a professional massage in the room itself. With a private pool and comfy interiors, you’ll feel the tension leaving your bones in no time. You can rent out the villa for ₹ 27,000 per night to avail free breakfast, Wi-Fi and airport pickup services.

Address : 286 Boa Viagem Road, Naikavaddo near St Alex convent, Calangute, Goa 403516
Phone : 0832 227 6941
Cost: ₹ 27,000 per night
Book here

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